Our Mission: Mobilizing congregations and communities across economic, religious, racial, and ethnic boundaries so that, in partnership, we can work more effectively for a just society.
© 2013 - Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries (CMM)
474 Centre Street - Newton, MA 02458
Office: (617) 244-3650
Whitney Retallic, Executive Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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CMM thanks you for attending our 2013 Annual Meeting!
This year's Annual Meeting explored the important topic of "Racial and Religious Healing: Grounding Humanity," with a panel of local and national figures whose work is devoted to bringing people together across these lines of difference.
See photos from the event here:
Last Update: April 18, 2013
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THE SUSTAINABILITY GUILD OF DORCHESTER and CMM invite you to participate in community transformation! Thanks to a grant from the Massachusetts Service Alliance, during Earth Week we will join together to turn vacant lots in Dorchester into places of beauty and growth! All are welcome!! Register here!
Volunteer time each day is 11 AM-3 PM. Remaining dates dates:
- SATURDAY, May 11: 378 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester
- SUNDAY, MAY 11: 378 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester
Enjoy the day. Plant flowers and herbs. Bring a friend.
- Donations of flowers, herbs, greens, onions or garlic, soil and garden trashbags are appreciated, but not necessary.
- Please bring garden tools as you are able. Some will be supplied by the City of Boston.
- Drinks and snacks provided. Kindly bring your own lunch.
BUDDHIST MEDITATION as a DOORWAY to MYSTICAL EXPERIENCE
with Joel Baehr
May 8, 2013 1:00 - 4:30 PM
All Saints Parish
1773 Beacon Street, Brookline
In this half-day workshop, Joel will introduce the possibility of creating intimacy with the divine through Buddhist-based meditation, a practice which has found common ground with the teachings of all religions.
Joel Baehr, a pastoral psychotherapist and Buddhist teacher in private practice in Cambridge, has been
an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister for the past 45 years. He has been a student of
Buddhist Lamas and taught an online course, "Buddhism and Everyday Life."
Fee: $30; $25 for seniors and students; $5 discount before April 30th
To register, call 617-244-3650 or email email@example.com. Scholarships available.